Let’s start right off with the incentive.
The myth that being LGBT precludes one from being an athlete has been refuted over and over, and Get Out and Play further seeks to highlight the important role that LGBT people play in the sports world. Philadelphia has a vibrant LGBT sports community and, in Get Out and Play, PGN artistic director and photographer Scott Drake chronicles the match-ups and meets, tournaments and tryouts that stand out on the local LGBT sports calendar, as well as tackles issues like homophobia in sports and unity among local teams.
Every spring, the QPenn team puts together a week-long celebration of all stuff Q at Penn, culminating with the Penn Athletes and Allies Tackling Homophobia Pride Games on the closing Sunday.
Two compelling opportunities to make a difference in Philadelphia sports programs
Major-league sports aficionados know the significance of having a strong home-team fan base.
The almighty dollar has spoken again and because basketball and football make money for Temple University, they get to stay.
We face some of the greatest health challenges every year from the first fall chill through the holiday thrill.